Blue Jays Defeat Conference Foe Muhlenberg to Improve to 2-0 in CC Play
Ally Hirsch and Carolyn Zin Named to Academic All-District Team
Jays Rally From Down 2-0, but Unable to Complete Comeback
Blue Jays Ease Past Gettysburg; Enter Conference Tournament on Eight Match Win Streak
Serving and Defense Carry Jays to Win
2016: CoSIDA Academic All-District II and Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll honoree • All-Centennial Second Team • Appeared in all 29 matches for Hopkins, recording the second most kills on the team with 240 • Also added eight solo blocks and 35 block assists, 21 digs and four assists.
2015: Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll • Played in 14 matches before missing the remainder of the season due to injury • finished the season with 64 kills, 1.52 per set • amassed a career-best 12 kills vs. St. Thomas (MN) (9/6) • tallied four blocks, including two solo blocks, at Stevenson (9/19).
2014: CoSIDA Academic All-District honoree • Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll • the team's power hitter from the right side, Hirsch appeared in 100 sets, starting 25 of 28 matches • finished second on the team in kills with 223 • finished season with 40 blocks • tallied season-high 17 kills at Franklin & Marshall (10/8) • hit .471 in win against Dickinson (10/22) • tallied two service aces in match against Bridgewater (9/5)
2013: Only player to appear in all 27 matches, playing 96 of 97 sets • finished with 133 kills (1.39/s), 48 blocks and 36 digs • tallied three kills and a block in collegiate debut versus #3 Wittenberg (8/30) • posted a season-high six blocks against Ursinus (10/5) • totaled a season-high 11 kills versus Gallaudet (9/26) • finished with a .375 hitting percentage with five kills and two blocks in Centennial Conference Championship game vs. Muhlenberg (11/10).
High School: Helped team advance to the second round of CIF playoffs as a senior • named most improved player after senior year • coached by Adam Black.
Personal: Alexandra K. Hirsch • daughter of Michael and Sue Hirsch • volunteer at Vision to Learn Foundation • majoring in economics with a minor in public health.